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Flush Bracket OSBM 2049: Wellingore, Cliff Road   

Flush Bracket on N.E. angle of house, W. side of Cliff Road, N. end of Wellingore [2GL] - note location corrected to SK 9837 5675 from previously suggested SK 9824 5668.

Grid reference: SK 9837 5675.
Landranger 121: Lincoln & Newark-on-Trent.
Explorer 272: Lincoln.
Structure: Private house.
Waypoint: FB2049.

Neighbouring Flush Brackets
2091 Navenby, Wesley House 645.80m to the northeast.
2094 Navenby 1.25km to the north.
1901 Wellingore Road Houses 2.28km to the southwest.
2142 Green Man Farm 4.12km to the northeast.
2235 by Green Man Wood 4.35km to the northeast.
The nearest fundamental bench mark is Navenby, 4.10km to the northeast.

Second Geodetic Levelling, England & Wales (1912-21)
This flush bracket was used during the Second geodetic levelling, England & Wales, and was levelled with a height of 250.4740 feet [76.3445 metres] above mean sea level (Newlyn datum). It was included on the Waltham on the Wolds to Navenby levelling line. The surveyor's description was Flush Bracket on N.E. angle of house, W. side of Cliff Road, N. end of Wellingore.

Logged Visits
Visited on 7th November 2015 by ted. Condition: Probably destroyed.
No sign

Visited on 19th August 2010 by Brisey. Condition: Destroyed.
The gable end of the cottage on the W side of Millgate at its N end seems the most likely location for the FB but the stonework has holes and has lost a lot of mortar, maybe the FB too. UPDATE 2/2/17. A revisit to the village encouraged me to review the status with the help of old maps. The National Library of Scotland 6 inch 1950 map shows the relevant building with BM, and the building is still there on Old Maps 1956 1:10560 map. It was not on the cottage I refer to above. The relevant building is not shown on the 1976 1:2500 and is not on modern satellite views so it's definitely gone.

Visited on 25th April 2009 by RodS. Condition: Unknown.
This short portion of Cliff Road is now known as Millgate, since the diversion of the main road along a more direct route on the other side of the cottage. But couldn't find the FB.

Visited on 9th November 2006 by LesC. Grid reference: SK 9824 5668. Condition: Destroyed.
The only likely house has been rendered up to about 2 ft above ground level. No sign of the FB. Was already in the database as 'destroyed' so maybe I'm just confirming the obvious.
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